byRussell Sage Foundation; Kellogg, Paul Underwood, 1879-1958
I. The community: Pittsburgh the year of the survey, by E.T. Devine. Pittsburgh: an interpretation of its growth, by R.A. Woods. Coalition of Pittsburgh's civic forces, by A.T. Burns. -- II. Civic conditions: Civic improvement possibilities in Pittsburgh, by C.M. Robinson. Thirty-five years of typhoid, by F.E. Wing. The housing of Pittsburgh's workers, by Emily W. Dinwiddie and F. Elisabeth Crowell. Three studies in housing and responsibility: Skunk hollow, by Florence L. Lattimore. Painter's... Topics: Civic improvement -- Pennsylvania Pittsburgh, Working class -- Dwellings, Housing -- Pennsylvania...
"In the following studies I have taken all symbolism to be my province, but the subjects illustrated are ... hitherto-uninterpreted printers' marks and paper-marks."--Introd ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Symbolism, Printers' marks, Watermarks